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US Open 2022: Prize Money and Total Purse Amount

The record-breaking total purse money exceeds 60 million dollars for the very first time in the tournament's history.

The most awaited season-end Grand Slam, the U.S Open is on the door this month. The U.S Open is scheduled from August 29 – September 11. All players will be competing for this calender’s last Major title. The 2021 U.S Open champion, Daniil Medvedev will be defending his trophy as World No one for the first time. Let us take a look at the US Open 2022: Prize Money and Total Purse Amount.

US Open 2022: Total Purse Amount

This year been declared total player compensation for the Grand Slam tournament surpassed $60 million for the first time. The record-breaking highest total purse exceeds any Grand Slam, quelling the last year’s $57.5 million.

Australian Open this year declared $52 million purse whereas the other two, Wimbledon and French Open touched $49 million purse only.

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US Open 2022: Prize Money

The champion of this year’s U.S Open will receive prize money of $2.6 million (men and women each). Followed by, the runner-up will be awarded prize money of $1.3 million which is a pretty good rise from last year’s.

In all, every competitor will be rewarded much high prize money as compared to the 2021 U.S Open. Let us check the prize money for all:

PositionsPrize Money
Finalist$2.6 million
Runner-up$1.3 million
Round of 16$278,000
Round of 32$188,000
Round of 64$121,000
Round of 128$80,000
Main Singles
PositionsPrize Money
Round of 16$56,400
Round of 32$35,800
Round of 64$21,300
Main Draw for Doubles (each team)

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Have a wonderful day ahead!

Oshika Roy
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Oshika, is a Computer Science student, a Graphic Designer learner, an artist, and a tennis enthusiast.

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